The melody of the cruise
You can’t cruise without some cool tunes and both Cruise Headquarters and the Dorian Ford Midway will have live entertainment, thanks to the performers who answered the clarion call by the cruise committee for local bands.
"We appreciate them coming out and performing for free, and hope that everyone enjoys their music," said Steve Hemmen, cruise secretary. "I wish we had more stages to accommodate all the bands that responded."
Cruise Headquarters Stage (SE corner of 16 Mile and Gratiot).
Lt. j.g. Kevin MacFarland, a U.S. Navy Sea Cadet, will sing the national anthem at 10:45 a.m.
Little Elvis will be performing his Elvis tribute at 11 a.m.
The Boomerangs will play oldies and soft rock at headquarters from noon-3 p.m. Their influences include Elvis Presley, Willie Nelson, the Eagles, Creedence Clearwater Revival and more.
The Motor City Wranglers will perform from 3-6 p.m. at Cruise Headquarters. They play a mix of modern and old-school country classics, from Sugarland to Miranda Lambert to Johnny Cash and plenty in between, including some rock.
Dorian Ford Midway Stage
Little Elvis (around 2 p.m.)
3 Ton Soul will be performing blues and rock tunes
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